The saucer is petal shaped and is 5" in diameter. The matching covered cup is 3 1/2" tall including the lid and is about 10 3/4" around, not including the handle which adds 1". There are markings on the bottom of both the cup and the saucer which look like they are Japanese. The marks are blue artist's markings with a small red square.
Herend pot de creme cups in the Queen Victoria pattern. This pattern is still made today in Hungary. The cups display brightly colored butterflies, flowers and bugs.
Vista Allegre porcelain is manufactured in Portugal. A classic set of white pot de creme cups with gold trim and matching rectangular tray. Probably manufactured in the 1970's.
This pot de creme set is very similar looking a Mottahedeh pots de creme set sold in the early 1960's. The copies were produced in Italy as well as in Japan. The tray has indentations for each cup and measures 10.75" wide. Each pot is 3.25" tall and 3" wide.
This pot de creme appears to be French or German but that is unknown. The owner did not indicate if there were any marks on the bottom of the cups. Pre 1900's. The cup has a slightly ribbed style with hand painted roses.
The pot de creme cups are of unknown origin. They measure 3" x 3", with handles and lids and hold about 4 ounces. Unmarked. The decoration is tiny pink Delft-like flowers
This pot de creme cup was made in the famous Herend factory in Hungary. Beautifully hand painted with an intricate bird scene as well as blue netting-style background along the top of the cups.
All white pot de creme cups (unpainted blanks). Set of 6. Each cup measures 3 1/2" tall to the top of the floral finial and 2 1/2" in diameter (not including the handle). Unmarked but appear to be French.
A sweet cup with painted pansies in various shades of pink and darker burgandy. The decor is complimented with green leaves. The cup is unmarked and probably dates back to the 1920's.
We are not sure the origin of these cups. They could be Chinese Export or European. Probably 1800's. Imari design. They are decorated in traditional blue and orange.